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departments, they will be opening their department operation centers. then the eeoc will be activated to support what is going on in the field. we are inviting and asking all departments to send two representatives to either participate or observe the exercise. the exercise runs from 8:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.. the scenario is focused on terrorism because of the funding. you can guess given the fact that it is marine base to, this is a port work focused exercise and will include two attacks in oakland and in -- city. we will be responding to the maritime security level. it will probably increase and that is up to the coast guard. there is a small hint that it will likely happen. we will be addressing that. there are just under 100 participants for this exercise. the one lesson learned that we will make sure to incorporate and has been added to the functional exercises and we will address some of the additional issues that came not. one thing that i think is most important to clarify is that this is a good opportunity for the dive teams with the police department and the fire department
for 20 -- the eeoc investigated and found no substance in the allegations. i will not go through which are true and which are false, it has the value of a tabloid. it has obvious political purposes in the next step -- in the midst of an election. >> robin harding called me yesterday and said that nothing -- none of the allegations are true and that he has never acted anything other than a. toward her. -- other than appropriate toward her. >> others have said this is about the truth and they are confident that when put under oath, the truth will come out. >> but the county executive and the county attorney insisted [unintelligible] we spoke with several county attorneys today and all of them told me that not only did they believe the charges, but they know of alleged instances since this -- alleged incidences in their own offices against leopold. >> checking news around the region, in northwest d.c. today, education secretary arne duncan announced the winners of the national blue ribbon schools award. the school without walls on g street is one of 300 winners. it rewards schools with hi
a meeting in this eeoc that was renovated and opened april 15th. you could see today, you saw the film coming in, now there's controversy about the film and when it was filmed. there seems to be some agreement that was filmed on april 14th, 1906 and today of course, this week we're looking at the 104th anniversary of the 1906 earthquake. we thought that would be an interesting film to show at the beginning. of course, that's an 0 old earthquake and we'll talk about commemoration ceremony as we move on today. i wanted to mention you also have probably noticed, there's been a lot of earthquakes around the world and i have been paying attention to that and my staff has been paying attention to that. that's what keeps us up at night. we want to do a good job for the city and county. it makes us wonder where we're going to fall into that. we know about the predictions. today we'll talk about mapping vulnerable communities and the latest in earthquake early warning technology. as well as the new transbay term nol safety project. and in addition we're finally going to hear about golden garedi
, algunos incluso que le mostraban sus organos sexuales. sot -lorena garcia bautista portavoz de eeoc ("encontramos a 14 acosadores, algunos empleados, muchos de ellos supervisores.") como tantas otras latinas que limpian oficinas, estas mujeres a menudo trabajaban durante la noche, cuando estan mas expuestas . teresa sanchez recuerda cunado un supervisor la acorralo en un ba?o. sot - teresa sanchez demandante ("apago la luz..cerro la puertta...me empezo a tocar por atras..empece a gritar" ( bridge- carlos botifoll los angeles, ca. las mujeres cuentan que tuvieron experiencias horribles. y segun la demanda, la compania no respondio a continuas quejas de algunas de ellas"). sot ("se reian de mi" los abusos crecian..hasta el punto que una de ellas fue violada. sot (tapar identidad) ("empezo a tocarme la pierna. me agarro por detras y me tumbo...y fue cuando el abuso de mi (llora) no puedo verle la cara a mis padres, o hermanos y decirles lo que paso" lo mas alarmante es el aumento en las denuncias de acoso o abuso sexual, especialmente contra hispanas, que muchas por temor,
that the complaint was dismissed by the eeoc earlier this week as being without merit. >> the time is 6:09, 61 degrees on tv hill. coming up -- the morning's financial news in the bloomberg business report. >> also ahead, a san francisco suburb looks more like it's been fire bombed after a massive explosion lays waste to several square blocks. >> this morning, clear skies, no rain nearby, and very comfortably cool temperatures. we'll detail where the forecast goes today and over the weekend, coming up. >> and no he wants or accidents to report right now, -- and no incidents or accidents to report right now, just one >> that'll a pretty view this morning looking downtown from our skycam. 12 minutes past 6:00. it's a friday morning. and the temperature right now downtown is 63 degrees. some of the readings a little cooler than that. no rain around us, just a scattering. leftovers of hermine, a lot of moisture there, down in the mississippi valley and ohio valley, right where they come together, near carolina and illinois. this rain isn't all that heavy now, but it produced over a foot of rain in
collector. multiple blogs, letter, e-mails. a protest sign on his chest. it could be an eeoc hearing. it's people who have a grievance and have not had a chance to get that resolved. unfortunately, limited, very small number of people move to violence in that space that appears to be what we're dealing with now. and in that regard, quite candidly, it's at the higher echelon of the dangerousness category. >> what brings on that shift? when you go from being the protestor that believes in the passionate work you're trying to bring attention to, to then taking it to this new degree? >> that's a great question. most of us who have a problem at work or with any kind of work or whether it be a courthouse or government agency or a tv situation, you might deal with it and will deal with it in peaceful manner. it could be substance abuse, we don't know if this perpetrator is on or off his medication. we don't know if someone he loves may work in that building. i guarantee we're going to know a lot more about the person and the situation and his grievance in the next day or two. but it could be an
with the department of labor, eeoc or in the court. that is that this book slet all about. i realize it is not an easy piece of reading but if you look at the introduction on this, i think it lays out the case. it is not that we disagree with everything that the administration is doing. in fact, the chamber is not always the chamber of noes. sometimes we're used to being the chamber of compromising because we do step back and work on deals when we can. we tried to work out a deal in the discrimination versus unemployment act. in my experience, i've never seen such a level of regulatory burdens being directed at the regulatory community. a lot of our members reflected on my policies. if i hire an employee who knows what i'm going to be exposed to this terms of future lirbletes. i'm only going to talk about one bill. that is -- many of you are familiar with that. it has been around for a while. there is talk about still trying to bring it up in the lame duck. we are confident that we have the votes to defeat that but i think it is still at this juncture worthy of note that the linchpin of that is the el
to encourage people to bring cases against employers with the eeoc, and probably be, or in the courts. that is what this booklet is about. -- or with the department of labor. it is not that we disagree with everything the administration is doing. a lot of details have to be fleshed out. we don't disagree with every piece of legislation on capitol hill. the chamber sometimes compromises, because we do step back and work out deals when we can't, which we did on the americans with disabilities act. try to work out a deal on age discrimination in employment. i have never seen such a level of regulatory burdens being put in place. a lot of our members are looking back and seeing, detectives, why hire an employee that could make the liable in the future? . it can be awfully hard to descend when you knew how they voted. and can help make the voters feel powerless when using the card. there are other provisions that the chamber does oppose, but the linchpin has been testified to by many burk -- many workers. again, we have the votes. shifting to health care, what can i say? we agree with the
. >>> the rticll says more than 70,000 people files claimme with the eeoc, sayyng they suffered job discrimination in the six it's law that the employers ccnnot discriminate n tte baais of age, sex and genddr among other categories. it does not breakdown the ttpe of claims. they filed lawsuits against the3 stores forrage discrimination. empplyers often look to reelace older workerr with youngerrones who will work foo slower salaries. attorneys say there's been an increase in disabblity bias claims because congress more empllyees to claimm3allow disabilities. >>> still ahead, they're evvrywhere. and expert exxeriment e tism eg blue diamond almonds! more bold flavor! more variety! more value! more of what you want... not what you don't. blue diamond almonds. (play-by-play announcer) it's up and it is... good! more than a snack. >>> welcome pack to fox 45 morning news. 6:30 is theetime. a wet start to the morning. %-is here with the foreccst.ig >>> take a look at the hd radar aad here is what you will findd part of the state, not now asl รบ%avy as it was in ee hee elkri3 and more aa we can see up i
is so committed to diversity. our executive director is the former chairman of the eeoc. we have a wonderful team focused on getting minorities into the federal government. bringing up these numbers in the federal government. two things that i would point out, leadership is about paying attention. we are doing things every day. we have working groups. we have the ear of the white house in some of the things that we are doing to make this a better situation. the second thing, echoing what people have said this morning, you have to work for opportunity. i was appointed last september. i have not been there very long. even on the inside, it is hard to see how people get into the federal government. there are barriers that are unintentional. i would encourage you to call up and ask where the student programs are. look for mentors. that look for people in the federal government'. they may not be able to get to a job, but that is not a point. they may help you educate yourself. the last point that i would make is what everyone has said this morning that is so true. just make sure that
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